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Old 06-11-2002, 06:19 PM   #1
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What are some of the times you guys are getting in your NA RS'? Also, what are your 60' times?I have a '98 with a Weapon-R, UDP, and a 2.25 inch exhaust, and i have pulled back to back 15.5s. My clutch is still stock with about 73K on it and i have one sitting here that i need to put in so I might be able to get my 60' down a little from 2.1 My girlfriend has a '00 RS with Ganzflow, UDP, and Borla catback and she has run a 15.3 with a 2.0 60'. I'll post timeslips later since it's easy to get on here and post numbers.


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Old 06-11-2002, 11:03 PM   #2
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15.0 @ 90 with a Weapon-R and stripped interior.

Either a 1.4 or 1.6 60 ft. time, stock everything else except I had Dunlop's. I'd have to find my slips sometime though. I'm not too concerned with arguing over details, but I do know it was one or the other.

p.s. I was powershifting, and I'd consider myself a good driver;
I know how to launch the car like a maniac.
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Old 06-11-2002, 11:49 PM   #3
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LOL, 1.4 or 1.6 isn't the real issue sine you didn't come close to either of those times. If you were real lucky, you might have pulled off a 1.9.

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Old 06-12-2002, 11:32 AM   #4
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I figured some moron would jump on that one, hence the warning.

Did you notice how I said I stripped my car?

Everything but the front seats and dash was removed

Everything, including all sound deadening asphalt-tar.

This year I'll have lightweight front/rear bumper beam, ported and knife edged throttle body, new K&N to replace 40000 mile Weapon-R, and a new stock clutch.

Oh, and I was pulling off consecutive 1.8's, so please keep the flames coming.

I'm sure the 60 ft won't drop much if any, but I'm hoping for high 14's.

You are a bag of funny zzyzx, I hope your friends enjoy you.

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P.S. No I won't spend too much time looking for them, but yes I'll make a point to keep on the look out for my timeslips. Sorry in advance.
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Old 06-12-2002, 01:07 PM   #5
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LOL, 1.4 or 1.6 isn't the real issue sine you didn't come close to either of those times. If you were real lucky, you might have pulled off a 1.9.

- Steve
Yup.

stripped interior doesn't matter. People with more than double your hp can't cut those times. Sorry, if you did get that slip, the lights were off, which means so was your ET.

I've seen this happen in person. A Zx3 (focus) was running consistant 16.5's and then all of a sudden runs a 14.8! He was so believing it until we looked at his slip and saw a 1.2 60'

sorry man, it didn't happen.

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Old 06-12-2002, 07:09 PM   #6
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Here's a link to our timeslips. I am #391. My girlfriend is #386.



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Old 06-12-2002, 07:30 PM   #7
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One of the Texas guys pulled a low 14. I think it was 14.4 Yes, it was NA, but heavily modified.
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Old 06-13-2002, 01:33 AM   #8
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stripped interior doesn't matter. People with more than double your hp can't cut those times. Sorry, if you did get that slip, the lights were off, which means so was your ET.
-C
I knew it, this is my last attempt.

I ran atleast five or six 1.8's. And though I mostly run 1.9's, I would imagine that the 1.6 or 1.4 is possible, especially when I get all 4 slipping just right, which, as I recall, is just what happened on that run. I distinctly remember the rear end stepping out and thinking "Jesus, this is a first."

It just launched right.

Sorry I know how to drive good.

I guess I'm just smarter than the car or something.

Besides, my quarter time wasn't off, as that run didn't yeild the best time so far.

Anyway, have fun trying to figure that one out.

I'm done arguing this one,
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Old 06-13-2002, 01:45 PM   #9
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Here's mine:
1997 Impreza L 2.2 liter (Intake, Exhaust, short shifter, plug wires, etc.)
1/4 mile: 15.895 @ 86.4 mph
60': 2.142
1/8 mile: 9.878@68.54 mph

Not an RS, but I'm faster then some of them
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Old 06-13-2002, 03:42 PM   #10
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I knew it, this is my last attempt.

I ran atleast five or six 1.8's. And though I mostly run 1.9's, I would imagine that the 1.6 or 1.4 is possible, especially when I get all 4 slipping just right, which, as I recall, is just what happened on that run. I distinctly remember the rear end stepping out and thinking "Jesus, this is a first."

It just launched right.

Sorry I know how to drive good.

I guess I'm just smarter than the car or something.

Besides, my quarter time wasn't off, as that run didn't yeild the best time so far.

Anyway, have fun trying to figure that one out.

I'm done arguing this one,
~Evan
You must not hang around the track much because if you did you would know you could never pull a 1.4 or 1.6 because you have no where near the power to do so. Even the guys with 340+whp (ie more than double your whp WITH a LSD) are running HIGH 1.6's and 1.7's. a 1.4 would take MUCH more power. Driver skill can only help so much.

A 1.8 is VERY good, especially in a NA GC. much props.

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Old 06-13-2002, 05:03 PM   #11
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Here's mine:
1997 Impreza L 2.2 liter (Intake, Exhaust, short shifter, plug wires, etc.)
1/4 mile: 15.895 @ 86.4 mph
60': 2.142
1/8 mile: 9.878@68.54 mph

Not an RS, but I'm faster then some of them
??? You got an 86.4mph out of your 2.2ltr? This puzzles me!

With a pulley, intake, exhaust and lighter wheels, the best I've done was a 17.3 at pretty much sea level. And it was COLD that night. Usually I would run 17.5-17.7's depending on the weather. Yes, I have an automatic but still.

On another note, those mods above ('cept an intake) and a Minnam turbokit at 5psi would get me to about 15.7-15.9's @85-86mph and 87 if it was really cold out (with ice on the intercooler also). I needed a turbokit just to reach your power level in mph.

With a 60 shot of nitrous on an N/A engine, I had a best of 15.3 but usually run at 15.5-15.6 at around......85mph. So to me, 5psi of boost and or a 60 shot of nitrous are about the same hp levels and yet you pulled what I could pull with an extra 50hp or so, on your N/A engine.


That's pretty amazing!

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Old 06-13-2002, 05:44 PM   #12
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I figured some moron would jump on that one, hence the warning.

Did you notice how I said I stripped my car?

Everything but the front seats and dash was removed

Everything, including all sound deadening asphalt-tar.

This year I'll have lightweight front/rear bumper beam, ported and knife edged throttle body, new K&N to replace 40000 mile Weapon-R, and a new stock clutch.

Oh, and I was pulling off consecutive 1.8's, so please keep the flames coming.

I'm sure the 60 ft won't drop much if any, but I'm hoping for high 14's.

You are a bag of funny zzyzx, I hope your friends enjoy you.

~Evan

P.S. No I won't spend too much time looking for them, but yes I'll make a point to keep on the look out for my timeslips. Sorry in advance.
I would think that what you ran was a high 1.6 but probably not a 1.4. I know a lightened car can do some amazing things. How much does it weight now?

Also you have more torque than we have (WRX) so I don't doubt it yet. Can we see a slip?

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Old 06-13-2002, 06:00 PM   #13
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My 02 TS has been a 15.79@86.24mph with homemade intake, borla catback, and gfb pulleys. I had a 2.24 lousy 60 ft and a 10.08 1/8 mile. The car bogged a little off the starting line so I know I can pick up at least a tenth in et.

Evan-
My 72 nova runs consistent 10.50's@126mph with a 1.44 60ft. Most 12 second cars have a 1.6 60ft. You might have been a victim of a glitch in the timing system. Especially if you did not pick up any et or lift early. Usually what you pick up in the first 60 ft doubles by the end of the quarter. If you were running consistent 1.9 60's and then one said 1.4-1.6, it was a fluke run and you got to throw it out. I bracket race every weekend, I normally run 175 in the quarter, but I have slips that say 220 and one at 252mph. I didn't run that fast, just a glitch in the computer. I also had one in my TS that said 15.88@8mph. Not flaming you at all, just wouldn't believe it unless you back it up with a couple more runs.

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Old 06-14-2002, 01:43 AM   #14
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I ran my 98 RS stock a couple times a while ago. It had a stromung dual tip on it and nothing else. The fastest i got was a 15.8 and a 2.1 60 ft out of the 3 times or so it ran.

hmm 1.4 60 foot and the rear end slipping out in just a lightened car. im amazed, yours is AWD too isnt it? I thought i was slipping some wheels too but i think it was just my clutch. Although my back seat does give me more traction so who knows.

Cam good post trying to get things to comapre numbers too. Hope people back some claims up with slips though. for me i dont think anyone cares to see one lol.
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Old 06-14-2002, 02:02 PM   #15
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02RS with COBB CAI and catback duel tip

60ft. 2.1
1/8th 9.915@69
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Old 06-14-2002, 03:04 PM   #16
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i'm sick of evan j kelly posting his bs 60 ft times. he has yet to show us a timeslip, and one wont cut it, like everyone says, its probably a glitch in timing. There is almost no condition, especially on the strip, which has pretty good traction where you can spin the tires in a NA rs. it just doenst have the power. I can only do it in the dirt for half a sec. you are full of ****.
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Old 06-14-2002, 05:52 PM   #17
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Evans been posting on here for a long with his bull--t times, There is NO WAY that he is pulling 1.4 60'fts .....
for every 100lbs of weight loss, there is roughly 1/10 of a second drop in the 1/4......so he's saying he lost 4-5 HUNDRED pounds yeah OK!!!!!!!!.... rear seats 20-30lbs, passenger seat, 40lbs, sound deadning 20lbs, carpet 20 lbs, Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.....I am running a Cobb intake UR pulley, and an Apexi exhaust and the best I was able to muster up was a 15.17 @ 89.9 mph..........

and I have PROOF!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 06-14-2002, 11:36 PM   #18
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thats pretty fast dude. yeah my friend has a 13s nova and he runs 1.5-1.6 60' times. Evan's got NO PROOF.
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Old 06-15-2002, 01:24 PM   #19
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I have a 99' Rs weapon R intake, Apexi N1 cat back and I ran a 15.4 my first time ever on the track. my 60ft was 2.154 and I ran it at 87.67 mph, I don't know how attatch pictures so I'll try to figure it out. Or if someone wants to I can send them in an e-mail and they can post them for me.
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Old 06-15-2002, 02:43 PM   #20
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Old 06-22-2002, 01:49 AM   #21
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Old 06-22-2002, 07:18 AM   #22
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TypeC I don't see any problem at ALL with a high 1.6x sec 60ft in a RS

Its called perfect launch + shallow staging.

Hell I've done a 1.74 in my FWD all season tired Auto SH0 which has under 200HP at that track (altitude 4K ft), and is a shade over 3,900lbs with driver. Shallow staging can cut .1 easy off any 60ft, and dumping ALOT of power into a sticky track also helps.
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Old 06-23-2002, 03:04 AM   #23
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i hit a 2.06 with just an intake for my 60ft time and i know it wasnt a GOOD awd lanuch, so i think if you hit it right you can manage a 1.9 maybe even a 1.8. i got a 15.9 with my stock RS...do pulleys really help that much? and any diffrent in UR pulley and the 3 pulley set? sorry....
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Old 06-23-2002, 04:03 AM   #24
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I think my best was around 15.8 or so.

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Old 06-24-2002, 03:10 AM   #25
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Well I just got back from the local raceway Friday. MY02 2.5 RS, only have 4800 miles on it.

Best run I had was about ~16.25 at just over 82 mph, my 60' was about 2.1. I know I can do better since I am not hooking up as good as I have on the street.

I have the Cobb stage 2 power package, and stage 1 drivetrain ordered. From what everyones saying I should get close to dead 15 if I run perfect, I really need to drop my 60' a bit.

** Has anyone seen a great improvement from double-clutching? I have got the technique down pretty good, I just didnt want to try at the track...... I was too tuned on grounding the pedal

Also, from what I have read in previous posts, theres a good ~200lbs of that sound deadening crap under our cars. Thats a good weight reduction, but I dont think 1.6 for 60'. But hell I could be wrong.

Tracks are easy to get on, timeslips are easy to scan. Nothing wrong with asking to see a timeslip, slap something up here to shut all us skeptics up.:D :D :D :D :D :D :D
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